Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is in  the state of Kerala , India. It is an animal sanctuary. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is on the way from Kozikode or Calicut (old name) in Kerala state and Mysore in Karnataka state. It is also known as Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary as the entry gate at Muthanga village is the most popular one to the sanctuary. Tholpetty is another major entry point to the sanctuary. Sulthan bathery and Kurichyad

Wildlife Sanctuary at Wayanad is the second largest wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala after Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in Thekkady.

Wayanad Wildlife SanctuaryMountain Pass of Wayanad district in Kerala, India

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary alias Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary has many large wild animals like Indian tiger, elephants, Indian bison, deer, etc.

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is part of Nilgiri biosphere, of Western Ghats, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The area is famous for its teak forests with a local variant named Nilambur Teak.

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary offers elephant rides for the tourists, which is arranged by Kerala State Forest Department.  Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary alias Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary has many tribal people still living in the deep forests.

Edakkal Caves are two caves inside the Wayanad wild life sanctuary, which have pictorial writings believed to be drawn around 6000 B.C., and is the only such cave in South India. These caves gives ample proof of existence of pre-historic civilization in the area.

Silent Valley Nation Park and Wildlife Sanctuary is a nearby National Park.

How do I go to Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary alias Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary?

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary alias Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary is well connected by road, rail and air. Kozhikode has the nearest Airport and Railway station to Wayanad Wild life Sanctuary. Night travel through the forest route in Kozhikode – Mysore route is not allowed. Night travel is prohibited by courts to save the wild animals from the motor vehicles passing through Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary at night.

June to October are the ideal months to visit this wildlife sanctuary at Wayanad district. There is an entry fee to be paid an the entrance.

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